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MU adds exercise science, environmental science programs

Written on May 18th, 2017 by
Categories: Feature
PORTLAND, Ore. — Two new majors at Multnomah reflect the care and concern our students have not only for humanity, but also for the environment. Beginning in fall 2017, students will have the opportunity to major in exercise science and environmental science for the first time in school history. Continue Reading »
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Graduates celebrate accomplishments, God’s blessings

Written on May 16th, 2017 by
Categories: Press Releases
Last Friday, our spring graduates walked across the stage of Rolling Hills Community Church to receive their diplomas. Among them were Parker Jones, Nicole Verrett, Katie Schefter Sheron, Moses Clark, Ashleigh Rich, Gregory Stansel and Susie Amato, seven students who picked up much more than a quality education at MU. They took some time to reflect on what they’ve learned, how they’ve changed — and where they plan to go next. Continue Reading »
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Students excited to perform in recital and choir concert

Written on April 26th, 2017 by
Categories: General

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Multnomah University Music Department is presenting the Spring 2017 Student Recital and Chamber Choir Concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, in the Bradley Hall recital space. Continue Reading »

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Tudor-Stuart England class travels to London

Written on April 24th, 2017 by
Categories: Press Releases, Programs, Students
I recently returned from a short-term study abroad trip to London. I was in a class called Tudor-Stuart England, and we spent this semester studying about the Tudor and Stuart dynasties, which lasted from 1485-1714. We read a book about daily life in Tudor England, a biography of Queen Elizabeth I, and a history of the King James Bible. We studied maps, took tests, and listened to lectures. We watched a great documentary by Simon Schama about the Tudors and Stuarts. Then the day finally came when all that studying came alive for us. As a class, we traveled to England, where we got to actually see the places we had been learning about. It was amazing! Continue Reading »
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Writing tutors encourage students, inspire confidence

Written on April 21st, 2017 by
Categories: Faculty, Students
For several years now, some MU students have been dedicating their hours to assist their peers with writing. However, English professor Doctor Domani Pothen sought the blessing of Doctor Wayne Strickland to formalize a writing tutor program. With the initiation of the Academic Support Center, the writing tutor program was officially supported and formalized. Continue Reading »
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Grounds crew keeps campus beautiful, builds community

Written on April 20th, 2017 by
Categories: Students
Blossoming flower trees, green grass and warmer weather are slowly pushing winter away. As the campus begins to welcome spring, one department stands out for their effort in the welcoming — the grounds crew. The grounds crew scored high in last semester’s satisfaction surveys. Their work to keep the campus beautiful has been noticed and appreciated by many. Continue Reading »